6 Spooky Breakfasts That Are Perfect for Halloween

It’s just a brunch of hocus pocus!

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You don’t need to wait 'til trick-or-treating time to enjoy the Halloween festivities! This year, start the day on a spooky note with these creepy-cute breakfast recipes. From the sweet to the savory, these frightful delights are sure to be a scream.

We can’t keep our eyes off these yummy mummies. Packed with fresh boo-berries and topped with a tangy cream cheese frosting, they’re a delicious grab-and-go option that won’t make you late for the Halloween parade.

Party Feature_ Halloween Breakfasts

Party Feature_ Halloween Breakfasts

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Ralph Smith

Yes, you can definitely eat candy corn for breakfast. These adorable waffles are tinted with orange and yellow food coloring, then cut into triangles and dipped in melted white chocolate. The best part? They’re ready to eat in just 15 minutes!

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Party Feature_ Halloween Breakfasts

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Ralph Smith

This Halloween, take a stab at a stack of bloody pancakes. To make the scary sauce, simmer a combination of strawberries, sugar, lemon and water. When the sauce is cooled and slightly thickened, drizzle it on top of the 'cakes and insert a knife straight into the top.

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Party Feature_ Halloween Breakfasts

Photo by: Ralph Smith

Ralph Smith

Your spooky breakfast will be ready in a snap with this 20-minute recipe. Sausage patties are wrapped in store-bought puff pastry dough, then baked in the oven until beautifully golden. Don’t forget the ketchup to make a set of (bloody) eyes!

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Party Feature_ Halloween Breakfasts

Photo by: Ralph Smith

Ralph Smith

These bloodshot eggs are bewitchingly easy to make! After hard-boiling the eggs, gently crack the shells and let them soak in a mixture of white vinegar, warm water and a few drops of red food coloring. The cracked shells will create a red, webbed pattern that closely resembles eerie eyeballs.

Party Feature_ Halloween Breakfasts

Party Feature_ Halloween Breakfasts

Photo by: Ralph Smith

Ralph Smith

Don’t be wary — this colorful breakfast is more cute than scary! Little monsters will love creating faces for these wholesome smoothie bowls, which get their fluorescent color from a mix of spinach, banana and apple. Use chopped nuts, fruits and other fun toppings to make the monsters on top!

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Overnight Bread Pudding

This bread pudding works for breakfast or dessert -- make it the night before you're planning to serve it and heat it up while the coffee is brewing.